Singer - Singer Vogue

The Singer Vogue, introduced in 1961 as a 4 door or Estate car optiopnsw, was in effect the better appointed "De Luxe" variation of it's Hillman Super Minx counterpart. The Vogue engine was uprated to give more power, and externally the car had 4 headlights. From 1963 things stayed much the same for the Vogue II (Vogue 2) apart from the addition of disc brakes. The Vogue III (Vogue 3) had a different look to the cab at the rear, and for 1965 the engine capacity was increased to 1725cc. By 1966 and the "New Vogue" had much lighter bodies, with a much more modern look to them, as was incorporated in the other ranges within the Rootes Group. Production of the Singer Vogue continued to 1970.

Tyre size for Singer Vogue: The range of Singer Vogues from the begining 1961 to the New Vogue in 1970 ranged between 5.90x13 and 6.00x13, with the New Vogue listed with 5.60x13, all of which fitted on the standard 4.5J wheel. A good radial equivalent for these Vogue sizes is the 165R13 size. Blockley produces an excellent speed rated, steel belt construction tyre with period correct tread pattern - see full details of the 165HR13 tyre below:

Blockley Products for Singer Singer Vogue

155/165x13 Thickened Inner Tube

Blockley Thickened Inner Tube

£12.00 (£14.40 inc. VAT)



£83.00 (£99.60 inc. VAT)